6.09.2011

chrome ball incident #647: dirty rotten scoundrels










Switching up speeds tonight with a Reda-heavy post featuring Zoo York's criminally underrated Texas transplant, Anthony Correa. More than a few requests for this one.

Never really cared for Ill Al Skratch but this part always got me hyped. Ding-Dong!

And that backside smith is straight vicious. 11 years ago.

No Peep This? Bummer.

Special thanks to Lakai and Deluxe for the links.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

All those grinds are so tweaked out. Sick!

Sonny said...

Zoo always had so many underrated rippers.

DM said...

WHAAAAT 3rd to last flick is at a school in my town

Anonymous said...

in that same pic, check out his set-up: deck covered in first generation lakai stickers -- remember those ones that were actual pictures of the rick + mike models? -- but he's wearing es koston 1s. dude must have really pumped on that modus look...

and i really dug anthony's last years as a pro, when he got really into metal but still skated all mixtape

Lauri said...

I loved the soundtrack of that zoo-video.

Anonymous said...

"Your thought pattern changes every 7 years"

D said...

dude had an ill lanky style, very technical as well.

Royce said...

1UP!

Keith said...

That Flushing Meadows's fountain spot always looks good in photos. Looks like a fun place to skate.

I didn't see much footage of Correa back in the day but the little bits I did see, I liked. I never saw Mix Tape when it first came out.

antoinucci said...

I wish you'd published this interview he got a long time ago with Big Brother though…
still looking for that one to be honest.

SG said...

He should have stayed in NY and not moved back to Houston- H-town has a way of killing talent,,,